My name is Bill, The Knee Pain Guru, and I have spent the past 23 years studying knee pain.

After suffering a series of debilitating knee injuries (4 knee dislocations) I finally decided it was time for me to go to the doctor to get my knee looked at. One month later (June 1999) I had reconstructive surgery on the ligament in my left knee and 2 pieces of meniscus removed. After months of physical therapy and my legs equally strong I realized my journey to my legs feeling “normal” again had just begun!

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After 30 seconds, I could feel heat in my knee and a relief that I hadn’t felt for 30 years.

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52 years old NFL Player, turned Playwright, Screenwriter, Actor, Speaker

Bill worked with me more like a friend and when I allowed him that, the program just took off for me.

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Most of the time when the knee is discussed there is only talk about how the knee bends and straightens. However, there are very tiny and subtle movements that take place in the knee on a daily basis.


Knee Pain & Arthritis

Hi Everyone, This week I had an interesting discovery regarding Knee Pain & Arthritis. I asked a friend of mine who is a medical doctor about Knee Pain from Arthritis and what it looks like when an MRI is taken at a hospital. Now this is my interpretation and the picture that I was looking […]


Knee Pain Questions with “G”

Bill, Thanks for your input and your work on this knee stuff. I was not able to pull up the Free Knee Report, so I can’t respond to it. My issue, though I haven’t gone for the MRI yet (don’t know if I will, want to heal this without all the medical procedures), is IT […]


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Knee Pain and Muscle Strength

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